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Kristina Peters

Senior Editor, Winsight Grocery Business

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Kristina Peters is senior editor of Winsight Grocery Business. Kristina has been an editor in the retail trade industry for the past five years, with experience covering both the grocery and convenience-store industries. 

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Retailers

Fresh Midwest Aims to Fill Void Left by Peapod in Chicago Market

The food delivery service created by Midwest Foods and Peapod veterans offers locally-grown produce and chef-driven meal solutions to customers in Kenosha, Wis., through Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.

Retailers

10 Actions Kroger Is Taking to Advance Equity in the Workplace

The retailer has launched its Framework for Action: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan, which features immediate and longer-term steps.

The store replaces the original East Jackson location and includes new offerings such as Martin’s Signature Smokehouse BBQ and Martin’s Grill.

The online grocer is using what it has learned in the Bay Area as it looks toward expansion, starting with the Carolinas later this year.

An inside look at the 70,000-square-foot supermarket that anchors the new Boulevard shopping center.

The retailer will hold a mobile food pantry event prior to a grand opening for the banner’s new store.

The free-from and organic food lines will be reintroduced this month with updated packaging, new products and a new tagline, “Food Set Free.”

Growth continues in fruits and vegetables as consumers seek versatile cooking and salad staples for home meal preparation, as well as healthy home snack options, report finds.

Highlights of the virtual event, to be held Oct. 13-15, include PMA CEO Cathy Burns’ State of the Industry and a presentation on how to use innovation to grow a healthier world by Wine to Water founder Doc Hendley and Zipline CEO Keller Rinaudo.

Inside the retailer's 80,000-square-foot anchor store anchoring a mixed-use development in Westbrook, Maine. Plus, Market Basket's plans for Rhode Island.

The contactless service had made its debut at the retailer’s Innovation Lab in Modesto, Calif.

Retailer continues to recognize associates for their efforts during the COVID-19 crisis with $300 to full-time associates and $150 to part-timers.

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